Hollyoaks airs Goldie cameo after tragic death

Hollyoaks spoilers follow for Thursday's episode on Channel 4 streaming, which will air on E4 tomorrow.

Hollyoaks has aired the sad aftermath of a tragic party where both Lizzie Chen-Williams and Hunter McQueen lost their lives.

Both Lizzie and Prince had adverse reactions to drugs passed around at Dave and Cindy's wedding, leaving the village in shock, as Mason also left after a harsh confrontation with his dad.

In tonight's (May 9) streaming episode, Goldie McQueen briefly appeared in a devastating video call with Mercedes, who delivered the news of Hunter's death.

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Earlier in the episode, the McQueens were grieving while deciding how to break the devastating news of Hunter's passing to Goldie.

When Mercedes finally mustered up the courage to tell Goldie, she opted for a video call. A sleepy Goldie picked up the phone in Spain, beginning to relay about her night out with Myra.

"It's bad, Goldie. Really bad," Mercedes interrupted her to tell her Hunter had died.

"We tried to wake him, but we couldn't. He's gone," Mercedes continued, as a shocked Goldie couldn't get the words out and ultimately hung up.

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Meanwhile, Dilly Harcourt led Prince to her dealer, who admitted the dodgy pills came from Warren Fox, who had kept the secret from Mercedes.

In the final scene, Prince showed up at Warren's to accuse him of murdering Hunter and Lizzie. Warren, who was already worked up after a confrontation with his mum Norma Crow, attacked Prince, who ended up on the floor.

Hollyoaks streams first online via Channel 4 each weekday at 7.30pm. Episodes then air on E4 the following day, before getting their YouTube premiere a week after that.

Selected omnibus episodes are available via Prime Video.

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